Renewable Energy Consultant
- Full time
- Part time
- One time
Technical Institute Administrator and Trainer
January 2007 - September 2012
Volunteer New Technologies and TechVoc Curriculum Advisor in Kenya
Mother Bles Birthing Clinics
Mother Bles Birthing Clinics (MBBC) are networks of PhilHealth accredited birthing health facility started in Leyte Province. The program aims to provide poor pregnant women with accessible and affordable maternal and infant health care services. Ninety-five (95) percent of clients of MBBC are PhilHealth indigent members, and the remaining 5 percent are either non-PhilHealth or paying clients. The business model of Mother Bles Clinics harnesses the comparative advantages of the following sectors through private-public partnership: KaKaK Foundation Inc., private practicing midwives, municipal and provincial government.
KaKaK Foundation, which serves as the non-profit private partner, manages the general requirements of all birthing clinics, including PhilHealth accreditation and marketing. The private practicing midwives operate the birthing facility, and their compensation is dependent on the number of deliveries the clinics have. The municipal government provides for the location of birthing clinic, and make sure that all women in the community are enrolled in PhilHealth. The provincial government facilitates partnership, provides ambulances, and monitors the general operation of the clinics.